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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 11, 2011

No oil is flowing through the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline for the fourth day today as workers construct a bypass around a leaking pipe at Pump Station 1. The leak was discovered in a secondary line which is encased in concrete below the pumping station on Saturday. Oil was discovered flowing into the basement where the line passes through a wall. Siphoning trucks have recovered about 18 barrels of oil from the basement as oil remaining in the line continues to leak. 

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access  domestic-energy  energy  energy-policy  government-revenue  offshore-drilling  outer-continental-shelf  virginia  atlantic  offshore-drilling-ban 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted January 10, 2011

Despite the administration's decision to ban offshore drilling in the Atlantic for at least seven years, many Virginia residents continue to look forward to the time when their portion of the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) can produce energy as well as bring jobs and revenues to the Commonwealth.

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alternative-energy  congress  deepwater-horizon  department-of-the-interior  domestic-energy  energy  energy-policy  energy-taxes  gas-prices  gasoline  gulf-of-mexico  gulf-oil-spill  offshore-energy  oil-leak  oil-spill  shallow-water-drilling20170719t150143 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 30, 2010

As the nation approaches the New Year, reporters around the country are writing about the energy outlook for 2011. There are quotes from analysts predicting oil and gasoline prices; opinion leaders discussing energy policies likely to be considered by the 112th Congress; and professors explaining the relative merits of fossil fuels and alternatives. 

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bakken-formation  deepwater-drilling-moratorium  domestic-energy  eia34  energy  energy-demand  energy-information-administration  energy-supply  gulf-of-mexico  horizontal-drilling  natural-gas-wells  oil-and-natural-gas-drilling  oil-drilling  oil-wells 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 28, 2010

U.S. oil and natural gas drilling increased markedly in the third quarter this year, according to API's 2010 Quarterly Well Completion Report: Third Quarter. An estimated 11,297 oil wells, natural gas wells and dry holes were completed, which was 45 percent higher than during the same period in 2009. 

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congress  energy  energy-iq  energy-legislation  energy-taxes  epa34  oil-industry  over-regulation  energy-discussion  energy-issues  epa-proposals 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 27, 2010

With just a few days to go before one of the most highly-contested mid-term elections in U.S. history, Americans are taking a hard look at the candidates and the issues before heading to the polls. Whether they are Republicans, Democrats or Independents, voters recognize the election's importance in framing fiscal policy, as well as energy and environmental issues for the next two years. 

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chesapeake-energy-corporation  china  de-facto-moratorium  domestic-energy  drilling-permits  energy  gulf-of-mexico  horizontal-drilling  oil-imports  texas 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 18, 2010

China has overtaken the United States as the world's largest energy consumer, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). The executive director of the IEA Nobuo Tanaka said last week, "Probably half of the oil demand increase comes from China." (Reuters) 

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alternative-energy  alternatives  chevron  clean-energy  domestic-energy  energy  energy-citizens  energy-iq  energy-policy  fossil-fuels  green-energy  renewable-energy  renewables  solar  wind  alternative-fuel 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 8, 2010

On this blog, we strive to provide an informative, timely and fair discussion about a variety of energy-related topics. In the spirit of those ideals, I recently came across another energy discussion forum on Chevron's website--willyoujoinus.com. 

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deepwater-drilling-moratorium  deepwater-moratorium  department-of-defense  department-of-defense  domestic-energy  energy  energy-demand  energy-policy  energy-taxes  moratorium  oil-and-natural-gas  oil-demand  oil-prices  oil-supplies  peak-oil  shallow-water-drilling  oil-supply 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 8, 2010

Few issues are as complicated and perplexing as Peak Oil. The study of this concept crosses into several disciplines--geology, sociology, engineering, and physics to name a few--and each is able to address only a part of the global dilemma that could be caused by rapidly dwindling oil supplies. 

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